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spring early summer! >> oh, boy! >> great news. >> see you later. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, january 14th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." dreams come true for at least three powerball players. spontaneous celebrations erupt at a california store that sold the winning ticket. and we'll take you inside. isis suicide bombers target foreigners near a starbucks in indonesia. and is the gop establishment trying to take down donald trump ahead of tonight's debate? we'll ask bob schieffer. he's back. he returns to cbs as our newest political contributor. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds.
>> isis says it carried out the coordinated suicide bomb and gun attack in jakarta. >> terror hits indonesia's capital. >> seven people are dead. of those seven, five of them were attackers. >> at least three winning powerball tickets were sold in florida, tennessee, and california. >> the winning ticket was sold here. >> it's my pleasure. i'm very proud. >> all of the information has been public and transparent. >> ted cruz on the defense after reports that he failed to report a million dollar loan from goldman sachs. >> tonight the gop presidential candidates will meet for their debate. >> we're all kicking ass. >> alan rickman has died. he was in the "harry potter" films. >> iranian state tv airing apologizes from the u.s. sailors released. >> we thank you for your
hospitality. >> a bus veered into a ravine, killing passengers. >> peekaboo street pushed her father down the stairs. >> all that. >> 15 to 20 below? don't be stupid. back to you. >> wow. >> and all of that matters. >> a lot of people on social media were watching paul ryan's poker face. >> let me see if i can get him to applaud. saving puppies from a burning bus? a guy in a wheelchair makes a half court basketball shot? an elderly cat finds a forever home! >> on "cbs this morning." ♪ >> if i should wear a weave. >> i mean, what i like is you're coming to me for this advice. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places.
welcome to "cbs this morning." at least three people will share the world's largest lottery jackpot. word of a vast new fortune set off a frenzy where one winning powerball ticket was sold. [ chanting ] >> that celebration erupted at a 7-eleven in chino hills, california. >> lottery officials announced overnight that winning tickets were also sold in tennessee and florida. they'll split nearly $1.6 billion. the winning numbers are 4, 8, 19, 27, 34, and powerball 10. mireya villarreal is inside the 7-eleven in chino hills. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. most of us are waking up realizing he did not win the powerball last night. that did not stop hospital records of people showing up to
catch a glimpse of the lucky machine and the store that sold that winning ticket. within minutes of wednesday night's powerball drawing, this 7-eleven in chino hills became the hottest spot in town. >> look at these crowds out here. >> reporter: hundreds of people swarmed to the store after hearing a winning ticket was sold here. >> we heard the news and so we came down here to see who the winner was. it's not us. >> reporter: the clerk behind the counter who may have made the lucky transaction became an instant celebrity. the store will get a nice cut of the prize, $1 million. how did you hear that your store sold a winning ticket? >> i was watching tv. my store showed up. >> reporter: you couldn't believe it? >> i couldn't. >> tonight's jackpot is approaching $1.6 billion. >> reporter: it took 20 powerball drawings and more than
ten weeks for someone to hit the winning combination. the odds were 292 million to 1 that anyone would take home the big prize. but that didn't stop sales from soaring. >> $20 for a billion and a half. >> reporter: at one point nearly 10,000 tickets were being sold every second. since saturday, americans have spent more than a billion dollars trying their luck. you didn't win tonight. are you going to be okay? >> i think i'll be all right. it's a little disappointing. but someone won big out there. hopefully they remember us little people. we know who they are. >> reporter: while we still don't know who will share the hitting jackpot, it's clear this town at least feels like a winner. >> now that they won, it's better to me. >> reporter: california, tennessee, and florida all have state laws that require that the winners' names be released. so eventually we will find out
who these newest millionaires are. >> they're going to have a lot of new best friends. thank you very much, mireya villarreal. >> and relatives. >> relatives you haven't seen. i'm your second cousin. isis is claiming responsibility for a deadly paris-style terror attack that rocked indonesia's capital. [ explosion ] [ screaming ] >> this video capturing apparent explosions targeting foreigners at a starbucks in a shopping area. seven people are dead, including five of the attackers. police battled at least three hours before the fighting ended there. seth doane is following the unfolding story from beijing. seth, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. indonesia has raised its security alert to the highest level and its president is calling this an act of terror. the explosions, this one outside
a starbucks, rocked a busy part of central jakarta, an area packed with offices, luxury hotels, and not far from indonesia's presidential palace. the gruesome aftermath was in places too graphic to show. suddenly the explosion went off at the police post, this witness said. "i saw people running away and two people lying on the ground bleeding." heavily armed security forces responded and a gun battle broke out, apparently between attackers and police. indonesian authorities tell us the assailants road motor bikes and used guns. >> it looked like a terrorist attack or something like that. there were multiple explosions and a lot of people were running away. >> reporter: indonesia has the world's largest muslim population and has battled
islamic extremism. this is the first major attack in jakarta since two major hotels were bombed in 2009. in 2002 more than 200 people were killed on the indonesian island of bali. when i was in indonesia earlier this month, i saw stepped-up security at sites popular with tourists, charlie. >> thanks, seth. hours before the latest republican debate, donald trump is defending his strong campaign message. trump will meet six of his gop rivals tonight in prime time, less than three weeks before the iowa caucuses. president obama and south carolina's republican governor said on tuesday that divisive politics are damaging the country. major garrett is at tonight's debate site in north charleston, south carolina. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the republican race remains roiled by a political moment without modern precedent. a democratic president
delivering his last state of the union address and the republican chosen to give the party's response, both implicitly criticizing the gop frontrunner for, in their words, using fear, division, and anger to gain popularity. >> if we had a real president, not the president that made a speech last night where everybody fell asleep. >> reporter: after taking heat from president obama and republican governor nikki haley, donald trump defended his fiery rhetoric. >> nikki haley, very nice woman. she said i'm an angry person. i hate what's happening to our country. i am angry. i'm very angry. >> reporter: haley stood her ground. >> nikki haley is the establishment's filrewall. >> reporter: amid an avalanche of conservative criticism. >> i understood i was going to upset people. but they gave me the opportunity to say what i think, and that's what i did. >> reporter: party chairman
reince priebus said it was an attack on divisive politics. >> it's a little drama, then we'll coalesce behind the nominee. >> reporter: chris christie and john kasich battling to be the mainstream alternative to trump and embraced haley's message. >> she did really well last night and i thought put a good face on our party. >> we need to be unifieunifiers. i agree with her. >> reporter: kasich has pulled ahead of christie in new hampshire and is a serious contender for second. >> just keep plugging. i've been declared for dead more times i guess than the people that you read about in the newspaper, right? who are actually dead. >> reporter: a new topic might come up in tonight's debate. revelations that ted cruz and his wife heidi secured a loan from goldman sachs to help finance cruz's insurgent 2012 senate campaign. heidi cruz worked at goldman
sachs. the loan wasn't disclosed to the federal campaign commission. >> major, thank you. hillary clinton leads bernie sanders by 2 points. clinton led the same poll last month by 9 points. she's criticizing sanders for his plan to extend managedicare all americans. bob schieffer will look at the campaign, ahead. the navy this morning has begun debriefing the ten united states sailors who were detained by iran. images broadcast on iranian television shows the servicemembers' capture at sea. one admits the crew members made a mistake. the crew were released within hours. david martin is at the pentagon. david, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the speedy release of the sailors is being portrayed by
the administration as the product of years of painstaking diplomacy with iran. but critics see the incident as just one more case of iranian provocation. although administration officials publicly described it as a rescue at sea, video released by iran made it look like the american sailors had been captured. forced to kneel with their hands behind their heads and placed in front of a camera to confess. >> it was a mistake that was our fault and we apologize for our mistake. >> reporter: that seemed at odds with secretary of state kerry's praise for how the iranians handled the incident. >> i want to thank the iranian authorities for their cooperation and quick response. these are always situations which, as everybody here knows, have an ability, if not properly guided, to get out of control. >> reporter: both sides agree the two boats accidentally strayed into iranian territorial waters. exactly how remains unclear. after being held for 16 hours on the farsi island in the persian gulf, the crew was allowed to
get back in their boats and sail out to this american war ship. the release came after a series of phone calls between secretary kerry and iran's foreign minister who had developed a working relationship during the long drawn out negotiations in which iran agreed to suspend its nuclear program in exchange for relief from sanctions. the foreign minister said he was glad to see the episode swiftly revolved. some have been critical of the obama situation, saying this was less a diplomatic success than a case of iran having its cake and eating it too. >> on the one hand, they're giving our people back in an expeditious manner, which by the way they're required by international law to do, and on the other hand they release a statement saying the americans screwed up, it's really their
fault. >> reporter: iran's desire not to derail the nuclear agreement between the two countries may be what really resolved this. as part of that deal the u.s. is expected to begin releasing about $100 billion in frozen iranian assets in the next few days. this morning italian police have a man under arrest in connection with the murder of an american woman. 35-year-old ashley olsen was found strangled last weekend. the suspect is a 25-year-old illegal immigrant. police arrested him after examining clues found in her apartment in florence. a >> reporter: good morning. ashley olsen will be buried tomorrow morning. the case appears to have been solved in record time. the prosecutor said ashley olsen had two fractures of her skull and had been strangled. there was also evidence of consensual sex before the murder. the suspect was aarrested, he
had no criminal record and worked distributing fliers for local nightclubs. they were seen entering the building and were seen on surveillance cameras in the area. according to police, at some point the suspect took her phone. olson spent most of friday night in this nightclub, a florence hotspot that has a history of problems over drug dealing and other public order offences. her father walter, seen here laying flowers on tuesday outside the apartment where she was murdered, said in a written statement at the time that he had confidence that the perpetrator of a horrible and senseless crime would be found and sentenced quickly. in the statement olson described his daughter as a beautiful, creative young woman with a happy and generous soul, adding
"we are heartbroken she was taken from us." ashley olsen had been living in florence for three years and was described as well-known and popular in her neighborhood. she came to florence to be near her father and start life over after a divorce. a prolific user of social media, she even posted a line from the book and movie "eat pray love," about an american woman who came to florence to find herself. but her last post was of this graffiti. the man who may have been the last to do that is now charged with murder aggravated by cruelty. he too came to florence seeing a new life as an illegal migrant. gayle? >> a sad, sad story. thank you, allen pizzey from rome. columbia university is remembering the lives of three student volunteers killed in honduras. they died when their bus ran into a ravine. 12 other americans were hurt. the students were part of a volunteer mission. they were on the their way to the airport to return to the united states. officials believe the crash was the result of mechanical
failure. we're getting word this morning that british actor allen rickman has died in london. he was snape in the "harry potter" movies. other film roles include "robin hood" and "diehard". he was a celebrated stage actor. alan rickman was 69. "the revenant" leads the list of academy award nominees. it will compete for top honors with are "room," "spotlight," "the martian," "bridge of specialize" and "brooklyn." "the revenant" earned the most nominations. the frontier epic is up for the best director and best picture awards. it's receiving high praise
because of the movie's harsh real world segmented. >> this was certainly the toughest film i've ever been a part of. >> the film could finally earn leonardo dicaprio his long can she coveted oscar for best actor. he could get competition from matt damon and eddie redmayne. sylvester stallone may win for repricing his role as rocky in "creed." "star wars" didn't make the best picture category. "straight outta compton" received one nomination for best original screenplay. the oscars may once again face criticism for lack of diversity. the 20 actors and actresses nominated for leading and supporting roles, all are white. one movie surprised the critics, "mad max: fury road," earning a total of ten nominations
? new evidence apparently shows "el chapo" didn't know who sean penn was. >> ahead, how the drug lord tried to woo the actress who set up that "rolling stone" interview. the news is back in the morning right here on "cbs this morning." announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by nexium 24 hour. for all day, all night protection from frequent heartburn. try nexium 24hr, now the #1 selling brand for frequent heartburn. get complete protection with the new leader in frequent heartburn. that's nexium level protection.
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off a new on- demand shuttle program in north san jose. good morning, everyone. here's some of the headlines we're following today. the vta will be showing off a new on demand shuttle program in north san jose. passengers can use a smartphone app to request a ride on a shuttle with people going on a similar route. and today the public is invited to ask questions about the upcoming super bowl celebration in san francisco. the meeting is at 12:30 in the bayside room of the port of st. francis in pier one. coming up on "cbs this morning" a new strain of dog flu suspected to infect 2,000 pets across 25 states. what pet owners need to know. that story coming up. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment. ,,,,,,
accident on the peninsula along 280 southbound blocking the right shoulder so not blocking lanes on the main lines of the road but still busy southbound out of daly city into san bruno this morning. westbound 237 at 85 look out for an accident just reported and chp on the scene of an accident clearing. northbound guadalupe parkway right at 101. busy anyway out of the south bay taking a look at our travel times. you will need at least 20 minutes to go northbound 101 from 280 to 237. north 280 not much better a 26- minute ride. mostly cloudy skies and some areas of fog in the napa area. good morning, everyone. this is the scene looking out towards the east from san francisco where currently it's 49 degrees. so we are in the 30s and 40s. grab an umbrella. rain showers by lunchtime in the north bay then everywhere in the afternoon into the evening commute. temperatures approaching near 60. winds out of the south 10 to 20. gusty winds after midnight up to 30. rain again friday night through saturday morning.
♪,,,,,,, >> i don't like this mike. whoever the hell brought this mike system, the son of a [ bleep ] to put it in, i'll tell you. no. this mike is terrible. stupid mike keeps popping! did you hear that, george? don't pay 'em! don't pay 'em! you know? i believe in paying, but when somebody does a bad job like this stupid mike, you shouldn't pay. terrible. terrible. it's true. you got to be tough with your people, because they'll pay. they don't care. i guarantee you, i'm not paying for this mike. >> donald trump found a new enemy at a rally last night in florida, somebody named george, the person in charge of the microphone. he voiced his animated and, as you see, salty complaint to the
crowd of 10,000. i don't, guys, he liked the mike. >> no. >> he's not paying for it either. message received. welcome back to "cbs this morning. droug lord el chapo apparently didn't know who sean penn was. details about their secret meeting and his infatuation with a very attractive mexican actress. ahead, the actress breaks her silence about el chapo's capture. a new strain of the dog flu is spreading around the country. we are going to show you how to make sure your pup stays safe ahead. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. philadelphia inquirer fbi director is investigating a terrorist attack. last week a gunman ambushed a officer in his patrol car. police say the suspect pledged allegiance to isis when he was
arrested. in the flint, michigan, area, city switched its water source to the flint river and poisoned supplies with lead. from june 2014 to last november, there were 87 cases of legionnaire's disease. typically, this area sees up to 13 cases every year. state officials have not confirmed a link between the water and the increase in the legionnaire's cases. "the boston globe" reports from general electric is moving its global headquarters to boston. about 800 jobs will be relocated from fairfield, connecticut. last year, ge threatened to leave over taxes. boston, massachusetts, offered ge up to 145 million in incentives a incentives. "the new york times" reports al jazeera, america, is shutting down. some speculated the plunge in the price of oil played a role.
a charged al jazeera denies the off-shoot of the qatar based media company will close its doors by april. >> smugglers tried to use phony carats to sneak marijuana across the texas border. border agents discovered the stuffed carrots stuffed with pot last weekend. a truck from mexico carried the phony carrots. you got to give them something for creativity. >> those were fat carrots! wow, those are big carrots! >> let me have another one of them! >> i hear they help your eyes out! you can see better when you eat the carrots! that is what my grandma says. >> or things that are not there! >> grandma used to say. this morning, the actress who set up sean penn's interview with mexico's most wanted drug
lord said people are lying about the case. kate del castillo is speaking out while new information shows how much el chapo wanted to meet her. manuel bojorquez reports the evidence was there in the former fugitive's phone and his hideout. >> reporter: when mexican marines raided the householdihog guzman, left behind is a sack of dvds with kate del castillo. now since the first time since guzman has been captured she has spoken publicly tweeting the following. the statement comes after text messages obtained by a mexican newspaper appeared to indicate an infatuation el chapo had with del castillo.
in one exchange, he writes, you're the best thing in this world. we will be great friends. figure out when you can come back. i hope it will be soon. i will take better care of you than i do of my own eyes. del castillo responds, i'm so moved that you say you'll take care of me. no one has ever cared for me. as for actor sean penn, guzman didn't seem to know who the academy award winner was. asking his lawyer in one message, what was the actor's name? and later confessing to looking up penn on the internet. the text messages also show guzman's concern that people who knew him were being monitored. turns out, he was right. telecommunications intercept and along with the two to meet helped the u.s. and mexican law enforcement narrow down the drug lord's location. for "cbs this morning," manuel bojorquez, dallas. the federal government this morning is cracking down on
high-end secret real estate deals. this action is partly inspired by "the new york times" series on the increase in shell companies and they allow buyers to make all-cash purchases and keep their identities hidden. "the times" learned wealthy foreign buyers were using more high-end real estate as a safe-deposit box. reporting is based on a three-year variation. we are pleased to have you here. what is the interest of the government here? why are they trying to track this down? is it all about taxes or what? >> well, they are actually concerned about the money tied to fraud or corruption, both with foreigners and people domestically where we are hiding it in real estate purchase. because that is a pretty safe money to -- a place to put your money these days. >> so who is doing it? >> so these are generally pretty wealthy people. some people use it for urprised
found? >> i first just started looking at where is the elicit money going around the world? i thought i would end up in the british virgin islands or panama and was surprised when i found out from law enforcement and other sources that, in fact, a lot of it is right here in the united states in new york, in los angeles, and miami. because they told me that, then i started digging into the condos and see what is there. >> what with this? why is it a problem? i. you know real estate prices are going up in a lot of these places. walk around manhattan and look at the skyscrapers going up. spelling for $100 million and this affects the characters of our neighborhoods because a lot
of buildings are empty. people have gotten this money through fraud or corruption, they have victims. >> the treasury is going to be tracking down these secret buyers. how are they going to do it? what effect do you think it will have? >> for the first time they said to the real estate industry, ask some questions. before, real estate would shut their eyes and not know who was signing. the title insurance companies involved in every transaction have to find out who the certain hidden behind these shell companies and they have to tell the treasury department and treasury is going to put it in a database for law enforcement. >> you could pay all cash, no questions asked? >> that has been going on. >> now they have got a lot of questions. >> now they have got a lot of questions. >> and some bad actors, bad people who are using funneling their money for this. >> it's a lot of money. >> thank you. >> louise story, thank you. a dog flu is spreading
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a dangerous new strain of dog flu this morning that is causing concern across the country. a dog in montana recently tested positive for the highly contagious virus. a seattle area kennel expressed concern. adriana die arizona is in chicago. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. here in chicago, the flu spread so quickly last year, that some shelters had to close their doors to try to prevent the flu from spreading. here in chicago, they have treated more than 300 sick dogs
and housed some temporarily while they recover at different homes. all of these dogs, including this one here are healthy, but vets are paying close attention to make sure none develop symptoms. ashley lease walks dogs in the seattle area and she is paying extra close attention to her four-legged friends after warnings about the new strain of dog flu. >> they can get sick just like us so i know how much i hate being sick. >> reporter: king county public health officials say up to 90 dogs staying at this kennel outside of seattle may have been exposed to the fire. further tests are needed to concern it's the new strain. >> none of the dogs have immunity to fight it off, so you see large numbers of dogs getting ill when the virus starts to circulate. when dogs are going to dog day cares or dog parks or boarding overnight in kennel facilities it can spread very rapidly. >> reporter: cases first showed up last march in chicago and spread quickly. around 2,000 dogs in 24 states
had been infected. a vaccine was made available in november. vets say the disease is rarely fatal but owners should see a vet right away if their dog shows symptoms. >> if your dog doesn't eat well for -- misses a meal, you see coughing, you see lethargy, tired and moping around could be a sign of a fever and if you see that, give your local veterinarian a call and schedule an appointment because they need to get on medications. >> the health care department says their facebook post outlining the symptoms has been viewed 189,000 times since tuesday. local vets are now stalking up on the vaccine. and while the virus is no laughing matter, this viral video features a chicago public named herbert who is putting on a brave face while recovering from the food. >> dogs are household members and oftentimes they are like kids in the family and people want to take care of their pets and do the right thing and keep
them safe. >> reporter: humans can't contract the virus but spread it to healthy dogs after close contact with a sick dog. by the way, all of these puppies are available for adoption, so, guys, let me know which ones you like. >> it's tempting! norah o'donnell kids have been asking! >> i know. >> herbert had the best smile. >> herbert had the best smile, he did. love the story. scary to get the dog flu. adriana, thank you so much. cbs news legend bob schieffer is back! the long time "face the nation" host is right here in studio 57 this morning. he is going to be part of our campaign coverage all year long. >> he is tan and he is rested and he is back! >> that's right. plus adele adds some spice to james corden carpool karaoke. >> best one ever. >> watch it over
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>> so great! adele took the passenger seat overnight on the seat there. major attitude, she got the hand moving. what is fun is james corden's expression. he is having so much fun doing this. i love watching him more than the stars. >> i like seeing adele like that. >> yeah. >> a lot of energy. james bay has another great young voice from england. ahead he talks about making it big in the u.s. as he looks for a grammy.
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welcome back. i'm gianna franco in the traffic center. northbound 880 at 66 you can see in our live shot chp and fire crews on scene of an injury accident blocking of the left lanes. very slow conditions. we are seeing a line of cars there behind this accident. again, multiple vehicles involved. 66 the lanes are blocked at least three lanes as you can see in our shots that's what it shows so slow-and-go there through there. elsewhere if you are headed towards 880, via 238, that earlier accident now cleared. still dealing with an accident in foster city on 92. roberta. good morning, heading to san jose, mostly cloudy skies. san jose you will see some rain showers late afternoon into the evening commute. right now we do have the cloud cover just about everywhere into the 30s and 50s. now 49 degrees in san francisco. rain begins in the north bay by lunch hour spreads across the central bay during the day into the santa clara valley up to an inch of rain expected over 24 hours. ,,,,,,,,
♪,,,,,,, good morning. it is thursday, january 14th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." there's more real news ahead, including bob schieffer's return to cbs news. first, here's today's eye opener at 8:00. most of us are waking up realizing we did not win the powerball last night. >> indonesia has raised its security alert to the highest level, and its president is calling this an act of terror. >> a new topic might come up at want to's debate, revelations that ted cruz and his wife heidi secured a loan from goldman
sachs to help fnsz his senate campaign. >> all of the information has been public and transparent for many years. >> critics see the incident as just one more case of iranian provocation. >> it was a mistake that was our fault. >> the revenant leads the list of oscar nominees. leonardo leonardo dicaprio earned 12 nominations. >> the flu spread so quickly, some shelters had to close their doors. >> i saw a bunch of tweets pop up. is that larry wilmore behind the potus? and then i saw who they were talking about. that wasn't me, you guys! that was the ceo of microsoft. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and nora o'donnell. we're waiting to learn the identity of at least three people who won the world's
largest lottery jackpot. they'll share nearly $1.6 billion. the winning numbers in last night's drawing are 4, 8, 19, 27, 34, and powerball 10. >> six numbers that'll change your life. people lined up all around the country to try their luck, but winning tickets were sold only in tennessee, florida, and california. news of a winner sparked a spontaneous celebration in chino hills near los angeles. hundreds of people flocked to the 7-eleven that sold one winning ticket. people were very excite pd about that. the store will get a million dollars. since saturday, americans have spent more than a billion dollars on powerball, and at one point, nearly 10,000 tickets were sold every second yesterday. >> wow. seven republican presidential candidates will debate tonight in primetime, less than three weeks before the iowa caucuses. donald trump says he expects to be attacked, but he's not worried because he attacks back. he also defended his campaign
language after south carolina's republican governor seemed to suggest he is dividing the country. nikki haley and her republican response in the state of the union called on americans to resist the angriest voices. >> nikki haley, very nice woman. she said i'm an angry person. they said to me, they said you're an angry person. i thought, i am. i'm very angry. because i hate what's happening to our country. i am angry. i'm very angry. [ cheers and applause ] >> conservative critics also bashed haley's message. rush limbaugh called her part of the republican establishment that's trying to stop donald trump. haley says she criticized both parties because they share responsibility to move the country forward. we are lucky to have bob schieffer back with us to discuss the campaign. he retired in june after 46 years with cbs news. he's just signed on as an occasional contributor through next year's inauguration.
bob, good morning. >> what happened to retirement? >> you missed us? >> i did. i mean, you know, old people always like to be asked their opinion. you know, when david came and said, why don't you offer an occasional comment or analysis on the campaign, who could resist? >> and we're glad to have you. >> well, thank you. i'm really happy to be here. i mean, you know, this is the single most unusual campaign, and i've been covering campaigns for a long, long time. i have to admit up front, i've never seen anything quite like this. >> how do you explain how donald trump has dominated the conversation? >> you know, i started out saying he's a reality tv star. i've changed my definition. he's a master showman who has this impeccable timing and this ability to sort of control the conversation. there's this australian consultant named linton crosby.
he consulted on some of david cameron's campaigns in london. he had the dead cat theory. he said, look, it doesn't make any difference what people are talking about. if youly to a de throw a dead c table, they're going to start talking about the dead cat. this is what donald trump has been able to do. the conversation goes off into some direction, and then he throws one of these things out on the table, and suddenly everybody is talking about that. >> even rush limbaugh said, it's starting to don on the elites that donald trump could win the presidency. he's way ahead in most of the primary states. >> well, you know, i have said from the very beginning that i took donald trump seriously. i took him seriously because i know how angry people are. people are frustrated. the government does nothing. the city ronald reagan called the shining city on the hill has become the town where nothing
wors, and people are fed up with it. i know where this frustration is coming from and how deep it runs. >> even the president spoke to that in his state of the union, saying i regret that i couldn't change that. >> and along comes donald trump that a lot of people wish they had the nerve to say to their boss. >> the more outrageous things he says, according to some people, the higher the numbers go. but you took him seriously from the beginning. >> i did, but i'll tell you what i missed. when he would say some of these things, i thought, well, that does it. nobody's going to get by with that. nobody's going to call john mccain the loser because he was captured, which made me think if john mccain is a loser, what about the people that gave their lives? but somehow or another, he manages to say these things and then go on to other things. >> can we talk about nikki haley, her speech after the state of the union address? >> i think the most important thing that's been said in this
campaign, certainly this week, is what she said in that response. that was extraordinary. we'd never heard somebody -- i me, yes, the president took a swipe at donald trump. that's to be expected. but then in the response, she comes up and comes out even harder on him. that's amazing. >> to attack her own party in the response. >> yes. >> so donald trump is one big surprise. how about bernie sanders, and how about the republican race and the challenge he has mounted to hillary clinton? in iowa and in new hampshire. >> you know, this is unbelievable, really, when you come right down to it. here you have the democratic party, the oldest party. it's been around for a long, long time. yet, it has managed to come up with one legitimate candidate, hillary clinton. like or love her, she's a legitimate candidate. but there was no other democratic candidate. i mean, where are these candidates now? so along comes a guy who is a confessed socialist, says he's a
socialist, says he is not a capitalist in a country built on free enterprise, and he's giving her this -- that just shows you this frustration people are feeling is being felt on the left as far as the right. and the president is right. our democratic party has moved further to the left than it's ever been, and as we see this republican party, which may be tearing itself apart, whatever the case, it's further to the right than it's ever been. >> does that open the possibility of an independent? >> maybe. maybe. it also opens the possibility -- and i said this to nora last night. we reporters have to be careful because we want so much for there to be a brokered convention for the first time in our lifetimes because it would be so much fun. it does. i think especially on the republican side. we may well go into that convention not knowing who their candidate is. what happens on the democratic side, i guess hillary clinton is going to get the nomination, but
i don't know. >> you were coming back at a great time. not everybody who leaves do people do the hula when they come back. most of the time they don't get to come back. but bob, it was universal when we heard you were coming back. applase all around. >> thank you so much. >> so glad you're back at the table. >> thank you, guys. >> when we come back, hollywood's biggest morning is getting under way a little later in this broadcast. here's a question. will leonardo dicaprio finally get his oscar goal? ahead, we'll bring you coverage of the 8,,
he created a number one album in england and now he is nominated for three grammys. meet the rocker on being the verge of the next american sensation. >> you had a lot of confidence about this. no? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> i know i shouldn't win. i'm being very british because it's not necessarily cool, like, i'm just -- i enjoy it so much. >> bay's conversation with our
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favorite artists are up for the music industry's highest honors. anthony mason recently talked with one of the fresh faces vying for this year's best new artist award. he's at the grammy museum in los angeles. anthony, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, gayle. last year james bay won the critics choice prize at the brit awards, england's grammys, given to a rising newcomer. it's the same award that helped put sam smith and adele on the map. now bay, who's up for three grammys, is hoping to take home america's biggest music trophy. ♪ >> reporter: only a few years ago, 25-year-old james bay was playing london pubs, justrying to get noticed, but 2015 changed all that. you had a pretty amazing year. >> yeah, it was pretty strong. i had a good time.
♪ >> reporter: his debut album, which features his hit song "hold back the river," went to number one in britain. he performed his other hit single "let it go" with ed sheeran. ♪ and he impressed the rolling stones' ronnie wood. >> new people don't often do that to me. >> reporter: who gave him britain's "gq" award for break-through artist. and then joined him on stage at a london concert. >> it's surreal. it's hard to talk about them as if they actually happened, but they did. >> reporter: at the end of the year, he heard he got a grammy nomination. >> we were in the back of the car. it was my manager. losing our minds. label phoned up and said, yeah, you see about the other two? we're like, what, there's two more? 2015 was great, yeah. strong. >> reporter: tough to top that one.
>> definitely. thought i'd try, yeah. ♪ >> reporter: now he's the latest british musical export trying to make it in america. >> it's a big prize. that's exciting. i can't get away from that. i don't know if it ever makes me sound naive or anything. at the end of the day, i'm willing to take it on. >> reporter: a little guitar nirvana in here. >> it is. >> reporter: bay, who we met at the gibson showroom in new york -- >> i'm always drawn to a weird color. >> this is a beautiful color. >> reporter: -- picked up his first guitar when he was 11. this really sort of all started for you when you heard "layla." >> essentially, yes. >> reporter: derek and the dominos classic was playing on the family stereo. >> as soon as it came to an end, i ran downstairs. i said, play it again. what was that? >> reporter: in hitchen a town about an hour north of london, he taught himself to play.
>> this is where i got my first ever electric guitar. >> reporter: and joined a local band. >> seeing your name up here was the big thing. it was a big deal. this and the venue are the holy grail of gigs in hitchen. >> reporter: but bay had greater ambitions. >> i was willing to commit. >> reporter: what were you committing to exactly? >> something bigger, kind of giving myself a shot at something more than the buzz we got from playing in a pub to a lot of people. ♪ >> reporter: he started performing solo. >> when i first got in front of a mike on a stage and it was just me, i started to, you know, find out about what i could do. >> reporter: right. did you like being up there a lot? >> yeah. yeah, i really did. >> reporter: then a fan posted a video to youtube. >> it had like 20 plays on youtube. 22, maybe. but we got a call from a record
label in new york, who found it somehow and really liked it. >> reporter: what were you thinking at that point? >> i was thinking, new york? like, really? >> reporter: signed by republic records, suddenly james bay was on his way. did you have a plan b? >> no. well, drawing. not the best plan b, i don't think. i still love it. >> reporter: he still draws on the road. band mates, rock heroes, selfies, featuring his now-signature head gear. so where did the hat come from? >> of course. >> reporter: everybody asks. >> it was a very sort of kind of teenage fashion move. no other way to put it, really. >> reporter: and you just liked it and it stuck. >> exactly. it comes off. it's not really stuck. i'd like to hang around a little longer than i've already hung around. it'll change, it'll develop.
i'll grow in that way as an artist. mess about with other stuff. >> reporter: change hats. >> change hats. >> reporter: james bay's next gig will be here at the grammy museum in l.a. tomorrow night, but like much of his tour, it's sold out. gayle? >> so likable, anthony. and you dpot that rock star look going on too. i always love your music pieces. thank you. thank you so much. >> reporter: i put a suit on for you this morning. >> but the leather jacket for the interview. >> looked very good. >> nice to see people's dreams come true. all right, james bay. congrats to you. and tomorrow, a powerful story among the grammy nominees. we'll talk about with a jazz musician whose daughter was killed in the sandy hook shooting. now he's up for two grammys. you can catch the 58th annual grammy awards monday night, february 15th, here on cbs. his failed field goal kick ended the football season for the minnesota vikings, but
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display here at the north american international auto show. i'm kris van cleave in detroit. we are taking inside on "cbs your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, it's 8:25. time for some news headlines. in alameda county, a man fell to his death in a cemetery. sheriff's deputies say he tried to scale a fence after dashing from a suspected stolen car. today amazon pickup center opens on uc-berkeley. members can get free same day pickup on over 2 million items. coming up on "cbs this morning," memorable moments from one of the world's biggest auto shows. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment. ♪ take the time ♪ in your l♪ ♪ just before ♪ it passes by
good morning. welcome back. the some relief finally on the nimitz nimitz. northbound 880 right at 66. three left lanes were blocked for an accident. it was cleared and now everything on the right side of the road. you can see in our live shot though on the right-hand side of your screen we're seeing a big backup because of the wreck. 53 minutes north 880 as you travel from 238 headed toward the maze this morning past the coliseum and into downtown oakland. your speeds are right around 9 miles per hour. but it is improving as you head through there. other than that, a new wreck reported on 101 past the san mateo bridge block lanes slow
there. slow northbound into millbrae and san bruno. traffic sluggish near sfo. southbound 101 out of marin you have brake lights just past novato past 37. stays slow into san rafael. and once you get to the bay bridge this morning, out of the east bay, metering lights are on but traffic is improving. here's roberta. we have fog in santa rosa limiting visibility to a quarter of a mile. good morning, everybody. this is the scene looking out towards san francisco, coit tower. telegraph hill pioneer park mostly cloudy skies there. temperatures stepping on out this morning into the 40s. it is, however, 38 with that fog in santa rosa. okay, so we had some rain and it will develop in the north bay by lunch hour. everybody is pretty much wet in the afternoon hours into the south bay by the evening commute temperatures nearly 60. winds increasing out of the south 10 to 20 miles per hour. so the rain carries on tonight up to an inch of rain in the wettest spots of the north bay, then tomorrow the morning commute dry skies, wet conditions late friday night into mid-morning on saturday. then dry saturday afternoon through sunday. rain monday.
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♪ welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, we are going to take you inside the detroit auto show where a luxury name is making a comeback. also, this morning's announcement of the 88th academy award nominations. that's ahead. right now, time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. "the guardian" in london remembers actor alan rickman. he had been suffering from cancer. he was in the "harry potter" movies. he was 69. "the wall street journal" reports on its annual ranking of the best and worst airlines. it says alaska airlines was best in 2015, followed by virgin
america and delta airlines. in last place, american airlines. they blame issues from the merger with u.s. airways. and our cbs station in minneapolis reports vikings kicker blair walsh will visit the first grade students today who sent him cards after his team's dramatic loss to seattle. walsh missed what would have been a game-winning 27-yard field goal on sunday. one student wrote, we still think you're awesome. another told him, keep on trying. their teacher said she thought this was a teachable moment for empathy and that winning and losing is not everything. >> what a great lesson. walsh is grateful for that. >> indeed. a record 17.5 million vehicles were sold in the u.s. in 2015, helped by cheap gas and low interest rates. next year's crop of cars are on display at the north american international auto show in detroit. it's the biggest automotive stage on the continent. about 40 concept and production vehicles from the world's
largest car makers make their war worldwide debut. the show opens to everyone on saturday, but transportation correspondent kris van cleave got a preview of what's driving the cars of tomorrow. >> reporter: it has the feel of a fashion show. but the models are measured in tons, and the designs, think metallic chic. just unveiled, the return of lincoln's famed continental. it will be the flagship of ford's luxury brand. ceo mark fields. >> we are using the lincoln continental to really express what we call quiet luxury. >> ladies and gentlemen. >> reporter: lexus wasn't being pvolvo and mercedes are pushing safety. the e-300 sedan can do much of the driving for you. concept cars like this one from buick are fan favorites. part of the reason? more than 800,000 people come to this show, but also on display this year are fundamental changes going on in the auto business. >> so nice! >> they are seeing the writing
on the wall that as autonomy comes down as ultimately people are sharing more and more cars they were interacting and not purchasing car and a whole different world for them. >> reporter: gm designed chevy volt for that different world. it can travel more than 200 miles on a charge and cost under 30 grand. >> electrification is the basis to now layer on additional capabilities. >> reporter: getting a slice of the 5.3 trillion dollar transportation services pie means smarter cars collecting your personal data. >> we are a technology company and more and more, we are becoming an information company. >> reporter: are you talking about tracking where i'm going and what i'm doing? >> well, this is not about tracking individual customers. this is about customers electing to share their data with us so that in the aggregate, we can patterns there. >> reporter: patterns in a business that is ever changing. >> that buick was slick looking. >> my birthday is coming up! just a hint there if anybody has any ideas.
>> on charlie's birthday, he gave presents so we will be waiting. vehicles like that commercial, is that a buick? lincoln looked good too. >> i liked the lincoln. the oscar nominations are out. >> cate blanchett and jennifer lawrence and lily tomlin, some of the actresses about to find out, minutes away,
"the revenant." and "star wars: the force awakens." for achievement in film editing, the nominees are, "the big short," "mad max," "the revenant," "spotlight," and "star wars: the force awakens". >> for achievement in production design, the nominees are "bridge of spies." "the danish oiler." "mad maximum fury road." the martian and "the revenant."
>> for adaptive screen play, nominees are the following. >> for original screen play, the >> for original screen play, the nominees are, "bridge of spies." alex garland for "ex machina." josh kooly and ronnie del carmen for "inside out." josh singer and tom mccarthy for "spotlight." and "straight outta compton." >> for original score, the nominees are, thomas newman for "bridge of spies." carter burr well for "carol."
enio for "the hateful eight and "star wars: the force awakens." >> in the best foreign language film category, the nominees are, from colombia "embrace of the serpent." from france, "mustang." from hungary, "son of saul." from jordan, "thieb." and from denmark, "a war." . >> for achievement in directing, the nominees are, adam mccay for "the big short." george miller for "mad max." alejandro for "the revenant." lenny abrahamson for "room." and tom mccarthy for
"spotlight." >> for performance by an actress in a leading role, the nominees are, " -- cate blanchett in "krarl." brie larson in "room." jennifer lawrence in "joy." charlotte rampling in "45 years." >> for performance by an actor in a leading role, the nominees are, brian cranston in "trumbo," leonardo dicaprio, michael fassbender, and eddie redmayne in "the danish girl." >> and finally, we are pleased to announce the films selected as the best picture nominees. they are, "the big short,"
february -- >> february 28th. so eric, let's get right to it and start with the best picture. >> i think it's going to be between "the urevenant," the martian," and "spotlight," all for different reasons. i'm liking "the revenant" right now. >> me too. >> i think it's a movie that got hot at the right time. >> isn't "star wars" a huge crowd pleaser? >> it's the biggest movie now in the united states in history. it had a huge, massive effect on popular culture. not a best picture nominee. you have to look at statistics like and say what are the ingredients? shouldn't that be taken into account? >> what about best actor? >> leo. i think you got to go with leo. a couple months ago, i'm going with eddie redmayne for "the danish girl." i think he was going to repeat as best actor. then "the revenant" happened and leonardo was fighting bears and
climbing into animal carcasses. >> hard to beat. >> he won the golden globe, but he doesn't have the problem with the golden globes. it's the oscar that eludes him. >> and best actress? >> i think this is going to go to brie larson. they moved rooney mara, who was with cate blanchett in the golden globes, they moved her to best supporting actress. now it's brie larson against cate blanchett, i think, which is going to be tougher for her to win. i think brie larson takes it. it's a phenomenal performance. it's the most versatile performance in that category. i'm rooting for her. her first oscar if she wins. >> and best supporting actress? >> i think it's going to go to rooney mara. now that they moved her out of the best actress category, she's sensational in "carol." "carol" did not get a best picture nominee. >> in best supporting actor, when you surprised idris wasn't in it? >> i was. i really loved him in "beasts of no nation." that went straight to netflix. if the film was wide in thousands of theaters, this is
the kind of movie you wanted to watch on a big screen. it may have had a bigger impact at the oscars. this time around, yo, adrian. you got to root for sylvestre stallone. it's a great story. same story as the golden globes. was nominated 40 years ago for this character. >> the director took it to him. now the rest is history. >> exactly. should have been been in the best picture. i think michael b. jordan should have slit into that spot. >> what were they saying about the fact there was no idris, will smith. >> no black nominees. >> no. so i think a lot of people will be kind of talking about that. i think there should have been. i think "straight outta compton" should have had a best picture nominee. that was an underlooked movie. >> and best director? >> i got to root for george miller. i'm such a "mad max" fan. ten nominations for "mad max." "the revenant" leads with 12.
george miller, "mad max," that's my movie. i want that to win best picture. if it wins best picture, 2015 is a year we talk about for a long time. >> alejandro, the job he did was amazing. you have a great "mad max" story about the editing category. >> margaret was nominated for "mad max." she is george miller's wife, has never edited an action movie before. george miller went to her. he says, i don't want to go to one of the typical guys because it's going to look like every other action movie. i don't want this to look like every other action movie. this woman, i think next to george miller, is responsible for taking hundreds of hours of footage and crafting this masterpiece. so i'm rooting for margaret. i think it's a great story. i hope she wins. >> you've turned me on to "mad max." thank you. >> thank you, eric. >> the ice car defrofted, up next. how this frozen vehicle escaped winter's wrath. you're watching "cbs this morning."
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the fame car sickle is no longer on ice. we showed you yesterday how the car was frozen alongside lake erie during monday's snowstorm. a tow company took about 15 minutes to remove it wednesday, pouring calcium on top with flakes of chloride and letting the ice melt. and pulling it out sideways. the sedan will be checked this morning at a collision center where it thawed out overnight. the owner said it started up right away and he expects it to be a-ok. >> great commercial for the lancer. you can freeze it and it still starts! >> that does it for us. tune into the "cbs evening news"
your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, it's 8:55. time for some news headlines. today the vta will show off a new on demand shuttle program in north san jose. passengers can use a smartphone application to request a ride on a shuttle with people traveling similar routes. the program will initially operate in a three-mile radius of the tasman light rail station. legendary bay area broadcaster al hart died this morning. hart was with kcbs radio in san francisco for 34 years before retiring in 2000. before that, he was program director at radio station is kabl and knbr. he died in hospice at the age of 88. here's roberta. i love that man.
loved working with him for many years. good morning, everybody. we do have mostly cloudy skies and according to our hi-def doppler radar, no rain as of yet. but rain will develop in the north bay by lunch hour then spread here into the central bay by the afternoon hours into the santa clara valley easily by the evening commute. right now, we have temperatures in the 30s and 40s. 38 degrees in santa rosa with areas of fog. otherwise 44 degrees in concord, clayton and walnut creek and later today, with the impending rain, temperatures into the 50s and winds increase out of the south 10 to 20 later tonight gusts up to 30 miles per hour. rain tapers off overnight. we do have more rain friday night through your saturday morning. dry skies saturday afternoon through sunday afternoon. more rain sunday night through monday. gianna with traffic up next.
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south 101 at cesar chavez we he have delays for five-car accident blocking lanes. you can see in our live shot here, very slow-and-go conditions as you work your way south 101. expect some big delays in the area. delays still in effect as you head on the nimitz freeway. it is improving a bit. we have an accident blocking at least three lanes near 66. that's cleared over to the right. still 35 minutes northbound from 238 to the maze. drive times are sluggish through there, 19 miles per hour for your speeds. south 101 out of marin, still seeing slow-and-go conditions through novato. once you get to the golden gate bridge no delays. you're clear into san francisco. and things have cleared up nicely at the bay bridge.
wayne: fabulous! jonathan: it's a new scooter! - oh, it's going to happen. wayne: everybody should get a money fairy. you've got the big deal. tiffany: gold rush! jonathan: it's a ruby bracelet. - curtain number three! wayne: hey, welcome to the most informal version of "let's make a deal" that we've ever done. i'm wayne brady. that's jonathan mangum on the microphone. hey, mr. mangum. jonathan: hey, man, how are you? wayne: i'm doing well. jonathan: good. wayne: i was missing the big... jonathan: normally they tell me to say the name of the show, and no one did, so i was silent. wayne: that's not a bad thing. we can say whatever we want to, then.